Each year, the Women in Biometrics Awards recognize the efforts of top female leaders helping drive the biometric identity and security industry.
Security integrators will be a crucial link in the value chain for ensuring an experience-driven focus on protecting people and assets.
Among provisions of the new FAA law is the use of grant funds to install video surveillance systems outside TSA-screened zones.
ASIS’ rebranded Global Security Exchange conference reaffirmed itself as the industry’s top corporate, enterprise and industrial security end-user event.
Metropolitan Transit Authority declined to share what company is providing the facial recognition technology, which has prompted concerns by privacy groups.
Crossmatch employs more than 270 professionals across a global network of development hubs and strategic sales offices.
IBM’s software was designed to match stills of persons with specific physical characteristics, including hair color and skin tone, The Intercept reported.
AnyVision’s object-recognition software works when deployed on most types of security cameras and does not require highly sophisticated sensors to operate, according to the company.
Brad Smith argued for a government initiative to create rules for proper use of facial recognition technology, with input from a bipartisan and expert commission.
Blink Identity has received a seed round led by Sinai Ventures with participation from Live Nation, Techstars and other live entertainment related funds.